Homeopathic remedies for lupus are certain substances that are administered minutely on a lupus patient. Most of these remedies should be taken accordingly depending on the symptoms that the patient shows. Generally, a good way to avoid and get rid of lupus is to take the necessary homeopathic remedies in combination with a few effective measures against lupus.
What is lupus?
Lupus is an autoimmune disease that harms the skin, joints, heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, and blood vessels. Lupus or SLE (systematic lupus erythematosus) essentially sabotages the body’s immune system rendering it to work adversely. In other words, the immune system won’t be protecting the body; instead it becomes too active and produces excessive abnormal antibodies that attack the body’s tissues. Wherein, normally the immune system produces antibodies to fight against disease-causing bacteria.
What are the common symptoms?
There are plenty of warning signs or symptoms of lupus: weight gain or loss, fatigue, anxiety, depression, memory loss, hair loss, mouth sores, and skin lesions. Furthermore, the more common signs are: chest pains and joint pain and stiffness. But the most distinct symptom is the easily-identifiable butterfly-shaped rash on the face.
What are the homeopathic remedies?
Sulfur is necessary in curing lupus, as it is required to repair tendons, ligaments, and cartilage. Not to mention that it helps the body absorb calcium, which increases bone strength and density, as well as reduce the pain. Sulfur can be easily found in foods such as eggs, onions, and garlics.
Incidentally, corticosteroids are also known to fight lupus effectively, as it is an inflammation-fighting drug. The drawback, however, in taking corticosteroids is that it reduces the strength and density of the bones, which may be compensated by taking vitamin D and calcium supplements, as well as sulfur-rich foods.
Jequirity, cistus can, sepia, arsenicum, kali mur, calcium carbonate, silicea, belladonna – these are the commonly administered homeopathic remedies for lupus patients. These remedies must only be applied after being thoroughly examined by a professional homeopath, because defining which remedy is necessary can only be determined depending on the symptoms that the lupus patient displays.
What are the other measures?
Rest and Relaxation
Stress is one of the main causes of lupus, which logically points to rest and relaxation as effective treatment measures. Simply get adequate rest on a daily basis to prevent stress from adversely affecting your health. If stress levels are still too high, learn some relaxation techniques such as yoga and meditation – even simple deep breathing can do wonders to relax the body. Anything that can keep stress levels low are basically considered as a cure for lupus.
A diet with omega-3 fatty acids is very effective in treating lupus since it has anti-inflammatory properties, which helps alleviate joint pain and stiffness associated with lupus. Particularly, the linoleic acid, also known as ALA, helps in reducing the inflammation caused by lupus. Oily fish and flaxseeds are both great sources of this essential nutrient.
A healthy diet and lifestyle may prevent and fight against lupus, but sometimes it may not be enough. In other words, the best way to get rid of lupus for good is to get diagnosed by a homeopath, so the professional can determine which treatments are appropriate..